Pollinator Week June 18-24, 2018
Monday June 18, noon - 1 pm
Join Fermilab ecologist Ryan Campbell for a walk to look for pollinators and learn about pollinator habitat. Meet at the Interpretive Trail parking lot. (map)
Join our volunteers afterwards for a habitat restoration workday 1 - 3 pm.
Saturday June 23, 10:30 am and 12:00
Native bee expert Terry Miesle will lead walks to look for native bees and other pollinators. The bee walks are limited to 15 people. Please RSVP at email@example.com
Robert Betz Fall InternshipAssist in habitat management at Fermilab for 12 weeks Sep-Nov 2018. (details)
Shop for T-shirts and hats with FNA logo in our online store
The Fermilab Natural Areas organization, formed in 2006, is a not for profit, all volunteer network dedicated to restoring, managing and enhancing the natural areas and resources of Fermilab in order to maintain and improve their ecological health and biodiversity. We do not receive funding from Fermilab or the federal government and depend on membership, donations and grants to fund our operations. Throughout the year, we conduct work events where volunteers come together to participate in organized restoration projects. We welcome all volunteers, donations and memberships to FNA.
We aim to conserve, restore and study the natural areas within Fermilab while encouraging employees and neighbors to experience and enjoy Fermilab’s natural beauty.
Our vision is to see that Fermilab’s natural areas and ecosystems are rich in biodiversity, that conservation and restoration are sustainable activities, that Fermilab is a regional leader in natural areas research and that the people of the surrounding communities consider the enjoyment of our open spaces to be a valuable contributor to a high quality of life.